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LEGAL NOTICE. Q cess .SS nOXOLULU STAR-BULLETIX, MONDAY, JANUARY 11, 1915. i i - . WANTED Everyone with anything for sale to "Play Safe." Considering tlie fac tors of sale, success In planning '" an ad is more satisfactory than knowing "how It hajijned" after wards. V Star Bulletin Want Ads "Bring Mlome the Bacon" every time. 5399-tf An active collector able to ride wheel and cover wide, field dally. Must , furnish bond, premium paid by em ployer. Address applications to box 313, Star-Uulletin office. 6055-4t Position as housekeepvr or chamber maid, by experienced, reliable wo man. Address box 128, Star-Bulletin. 6056-3! Partner 14 Interest in good paying business on main street Box 127, this office. 6056-6T WANTED TO BUY. Second-hand motor truck. , Address box 130. this office. 6057-tf WORK WANTED' Intelligent white woman desires em ployroent for part of day. Answer box 131, this office. 6057-2t By Japanese chauffeur; experienced, Thone 4136, or P O. box 1200. 5983-tf' SITUATION WANTED A chance to make good, and a roan to ;lve me that chance. The writer, an American, 24 years old and well educated, has had five years tom- mercial and bankinr experience, and : 'will be glad, to furnish references, as to character or ability. Prefer outdoor work, but will consider any ' offer. Have never been sick, and am willing to travel 2400 miles to work. Am employed at present, but have no chance of advancement Address M. F. Jones. 1114 15th Ave, : North. Seattle, Wash. 5061 Jan. 2. 4. 6. 8. 11. LOST Pair Bold glasses, Nuurnu avc. Return to Bishop Bank, r 6056-3t FOUND Motorcycle. Apply 79 Merchant st 6053-6t DIVIDEND NOTICE. The German Saving and Loan So ciety, 526 California street, San Francisco.- ' -; . s . ' ;.' For the half-year ending. December 31; 1914, a dividend has been declared at the rate of four (4) percent per , annum on ail deposits, payable on and after Saturday, January 2, 1915. Dividends not called for are added to the . deposit account and ' earn divi dends from January 1, 1915. GEORGE TOURNY. Manager.. 6054-12t NATIONAL "GUARD BULLETIN Roster of officers, list of regular drill nights, stations, and current in formation for the National Guard of Hawaii. Armory, corner Hotel and filler streets. - GENERAL STAFF. Col. John W. Jones, The Adjutant General. Maj. Charles W. Ziegler. Insp.-gen. Maj. Arthur V. Neely, Ord. Dept (Brevetted ColoneL) Maj. Charles B. Cooper, Surg.-gen. (Breve teed Lieut-Colonel.) Maj. John W. Short. Chief Q. M. (Brevetted Lieut-Colonel.) Maj. Emll C. Peters, J. : Adv.-gen. ; Capt Leo L. Sexton, Med. Dept Aide to the Governor, Capt J. D. Dougherty, Infantry. ' ! INSPECTOR-INSTRUCTOR'S OFFICE, ) . Lieut W. C White ner,- U. S. A, Inspector-Instructor. REGIMENTAL FIELD AND STAFF OFFICERS, 1ST INF. LicuL-coL William R. Riley. Capt Geo, B. Schrader, Adjt. Capt 1L P. O'Sulllvan, Q. M. Capt J. M. Camara, Insp. S. A. P. Capt Reginald W, Warham. ComVy. Maj. Gu stave Rose, 2nd Bat 2d Lieut Fred W. Humphrey, Q. M. - COMPANIES-STATIONED AT HONOLULU. Company A 1st Lieut P. M. Smoot; 2d Lieut J. L. K. Cushingham. Thurs day, 7:30 p. m. Company: B Capt Paul Super, 2d Lieut A. J. Lowrey. Wednesday, 7:30 r P. m. Company C 1st Lieut L. R. Medelros. Friday, 7:30 p. m. Company D-rCapt W. V. Kolb, 1st Lieut P.'jiW. Wlchman. 2d Lieut G. Schaefer. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Company E Capt C. M. Coster, 1st Lieut John Hllo. Monday, 7:30 p. m. Company Flst Lieut M. R.- HoughUiling, 2d Lieut J. Lemon. Tuesday, 7:30 p. in. ! Com nan T IJ Tanf n P Va.no let T.lnt T. V A T (oi W V Kaina. Monday, 7:30 p. m. Company H Capt L W. Redlngton. 1st Lieut J. C. Lo. Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. Company K (Attached to 2d Battalion) Capt J. W Cook, 1st Lieut W. Ahia, 2d Lieut E. K. Chung. Thursday, 7:30 p. m. j -1 STATIONED ON MAUI. Company I Wailuu-Capt W. F. Kaae, 1st -Lieut W. S. Chillingworth, 2d Lieut R. K. Wilcox. V Company L Laha,ina Capt ,W. F. Young, st Lieut W. K. Kaluaklni. ' STATIONED ON HAWAII. Company M Hllo- Capt J. D. Easton, lst eut H. M. Morehead, 2d Lieut ' ' J. jS. Caceres. " I . MEDICAL OFFICERS WITH SANITARY TROOPS. W E. V.- KIlDourne i Capt R. W. Benz. JJXL FOR RENT Desirable houses In various parti of the city, furnished and unfurnished, at 515. $19, $20. $25, $30, $35, $40 and up to $125 a month. See list In our office. Trent Trust Co., Ltd., Fort St, between Kins and Merchant 6462-tf Positively the newest, up-to-date, com pletely furnished cottages on the beach; tropical surroundings; good bathing. Cressatv', 2011 Kalia road. Phone 2868. 60121m Two-bedroom house, all mosquito proof, furnished or unfurnished, at 1418 Alapai st, electric lights; gas range. Phone 1261. 6052-tf Four-bedroom furnished house in Ma noa, on car line. Apply D. H. Gil more, C. Brewer & Co., Ltd. 5933-tf $25 4-bedroom bungalow on Llliha st. Oliver G. Lansing, 80 Merchant st - 6041-tf In rear, 1221 Pensacola st; mosquito proof, and electric lights; $12.50; no children. 6057-3t Large front rooms, . upstairs. 1221 Pensacola st. Phone 2927. 6057-3t . i 1 sai . OFFICE FOR RENT. Office, large and centrally located, in Elite bldg. Inquire Jas. Steiner, Room 7, Elite bldg.. Hotel street 5959-tf FURNISHED ROOMS THE NEW ERA HOTEL 1450 FORT STREET ABOVE VINEYARD 8T. 6749-tf Large front room. 2 beds, $3; single. $2, weekly. Night rooms, 35c. 546 So. King st 6052-lm Ten minutes' walk from town. Phone 1567. 6057-tf FURNISHED BUNGALOW. For couple, at Waikiki; convenient to bathing beach; completely but simp ly furnished; pleasant grounds; $40. Box 124, this office. 6036-tf FURNISHED COTTAGE. Two large rooms, with bath between; suitable for two couples; with board. Apply at Roselawn, 1366 King st 6054-6t ' The International hotel of Virginia City, Nev., famed as the home of mert who dug their millions from the depths of the Comstock mines, was destroyed by fire. Clifford Draper of Albany, N. Y., was sentenced to from four to six years in prison and . fined $500 foi leading two Kingston girls astray. Capt Henry Van Gieson, Q. M. C. Maj. William E. Bal, Sd Bat 1st Lieut John W. Kanaeholo, Adjt. 2d Lieut George H. Cammings, Q. M. Maj. Merle M. Johnson. 1st Bat 1st Lieut Charles R. Frazier, Adjt 2d Lieut Roscoe W. Perkins, Q. M. Chaplain, Valentin Franckx (Capt) I-IiMm8 ill m - - i He loves music, wanted he couldn't afford a new one, ADS. As you see, he has the PROFESSIONAL CARDS DRESSMAKER. Desirable dressmaker, late of Chicago, would like sewing! out by the day in private family. Address 1255 Miller st, cottage 8. Phone 2840. 6057-6t DRESSMAKING. Mrs. L. H. Rogers, dressmaker and milliner, will make hats and gowns to suit Out of town orders given special attention by sending correct measurements. Phone 3765. 1118 Gulick Ave. 60 4 0-1 m BARBER SHOP. The Silent Barber Shop, Hotel St, bet Fort and Bishop; five first- class barbers; baths, etc; strictly modern and first-class. 6986-tf MADEIRA EMBROIDERY. Mrs. Carolina Fernandez, Union st Madeira embroidery, luncheon sets, baby caps and dresses Specially ol Initial and hemstitching:. Reasonable. k5322-tf MILLINERY. K. Isoshima, stylish millinery. King, near Bethel. Phone 2136. 5922-tf .MODISTE. Miss Nellie Johnson, 1119 Union St Evening gowns, lingerie dresses. k5341-tf HYDRAULIC ENGINEER. Jas. T, Taylor, 511 Stangenwald bldg., consulting civil & hydraulic engin'r. k5375-tf MUSIC LESSONS. Prof. Laurie A. DeGraca, 1506 Young st Telephone 4179. Rapid instruc tion on violin, cello, mandolin, gui tar, banjo and ukulele. 5939-tf Bergstrom Music Co. steal instruments, street 5277-tf Music and mu-1020-1021 Fort 8URGE0N CHIROPODIST. Corns, corns, corns all foot troubles. Mclnerny s Shoe Store, Fort street Dr. Merrill. tf BY AUTHORITY. SEALED TENDERS. Sealed Proposals will be received at the Office of the City and County Clerk until 7:30 o'clock p. m Tues day, January 19. 1915, for furnishing the Honolulu Police Station and the City and County Jail with the follow ing provisions for six months ending June 30, 1915. Provisions are to oo furnished in quantities upon requisitions of the City and County Sheriff and the City and County Jailer. The Board of Supervisors reserves the right to reject any and all ten ders. Fresh bread, per 1 lb. loaf. Medium bread, per lb Meat, per lb. Spuds, per lb. Salt pork, per lb. Salt salmon, per lb. Brown beans, per !b. Rice, per 100 lbs. ' Brown sugar, per 100 lbs. Onions, per lb, . . Tea, per lb. ' : Roasted coffee, per It. Pai-ai, per lb. Flour, per lb. Soap, per 100 lbs. Picked coal, per 2240 lb. ton. Sole leather No. 1, per lb. Sole leather No. 3. per lb. D. KALAUOKALANI, JR., City and County Clerk. Januaryvg, 1915. 6056-Jan. 8. 9. 11. The November report of Receiver George Pope of the Pope Manufactur ing Company shows receipts of $61.- 847 for the month and a cash balance of $139,334 on hand. While drilling for oil deposits near Sissonville, W. Va., oil operators struck what is said to be the largest gas well in, America. It is spouting 44,000,000 feet of gas a day. a high-class machine, felt read Star-Bulletin WANT machine he likes. FOR SALE Don't drink impure water. It's danger ous to health. To be sure the water is O. K., let it come through a Rex Filter, which cosTs only $1.73. Fits any faucet Buy one at Lewers & Cooke, Ltd., 177 So. King street. 5389-tf f he Transo envelope, time-saving in vention. No addressing necessary in Bending out bills or receipts. Ho nolulu Star-Bulletin Co., Ltd, sole agents for patentee. tf Bed-linen and large mosquito nets of a 7 -bed room house for sale at a bar . gain. Address box 129, this office. 6056-6t Wooden packing boxes. Bergstrom Music Co., cor. Fort and King sts 6055-6t One team brown island mules for sale cheap. Apply Lewis Stables. 6054-6t ' One strong delivery wagon. Write P O. box 850. 6038-tf Inter-island and Oahu Railroad, ship- ping books at Star-Ruyetln office, tf COCO A NUT PLANTS FOR 8ALE. Cocoanut plants for sale;' Samoan va riety. Apply A. D. : Hills, Libue, Kauai. 5277-tf LEGAL NOTICE. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At Chambers In Probate. In the matter of the estate of FIDE LI A M. LYONS, DECEASED NOTICE TO CREDITORS. The undersigned having been duly appointed administrator of the estate of Fidelia M. Lyons, deceased, hereby gives notice to all creditors of said deceased to present their claims, duly authenticated and with proper vouch ers, if any exist (even if'secured by mortgage upon real estate), to it at its offices, Merchant street, Honolulu, Hawaii, within six months from the first publication of this notice, said date being December 28, 1914, or with in six months from the date they fall due or the same will be forever barred. Honolulu December 28, 1914. GUARDIAN TRUST CO., LTD., Administrator of the estate of Fidelia M. Lyons, deceased. Smith, Warren, Hemenway & Sut ton, attorneys for administrator. 6046-Dec. 28. Jan. 4. 11. 18. 25. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Judicial Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At Chambers. In Probate. In the matter of the estate of Joe Rodriques Carreira. deceased. Notice Is hereby given that the un dersigned has been appointed, and has qualified, as executor of the will of Joe Rodriques Carreira, late of Hono lulu, Oahu, deceased. All persons indebted to the estate of said deceased are hereby notified to make immediate payment to the undersigned at the office of Alexander Lindsay, Jr.t attorney for the said es tate, 5W Stangenwald building, Hono lulu. And all creditors of said estate are notified to present their claims, duly verified and with proper vouch ers attached (if any exist), even though such claims be secured by mortgage of ral estate, to thfj under signed at the said office of Alexander Lindsay, Jr., within six months from the first publication of this notice or within six months after the same shall become due, or such claims will be forever barred. Dated at Honolulu this 4th day of January, A. D. 1913. FRANCISCO R. CARREIRA, Executor of the will of Joe Rodriques ; Carreira, late of Honolulu, deceased. Alexander Llndsray, Jr. attorney for executor. . 6052-Jan. 4. 11. 18, 25, Feb. 1. Women prisoners on Blackwell's Island, New York, are to have a .chance to knit for the Belgian refugees and make clothing for destitute Belgians. lieriin has suppressed the newpa- per Staatburger Zeitung because it " failed to obev the order to discontinue , its anti-Semitic propaganda. Mrs. Nathan Kelmenson of Manhat ton obtained a verdict against the Metropolitan opera house of $4 for being roughly dispossessed from a seat on April 12. IN THE UNITED STATES Dis trict Court for the Territory of Ha waii. Action brought in said District Court and the Petition filed in the office of the Clerk of said District Court in Honolulu. The United States of America, Plain tiff, vs. The Board of the Hawaiian Evangelical Association, et a!., de fendants. The President of the United States, Greeting: THE BOARD OF THE HAWAIIAN EVANGELICAL ASSOCIATION, a corporation existing tnd doing busi ness under and by virtue of the laws of the Territory of Hawaii: J. K. PII MANU, L. L. JOSEPH, JONAH KAI WAEA, S. K. PUPUHI and H. K. KAALAKEA, as Trustees of the KI PAHULU PROTESTANT CHURCH; THE KIPAHULU SUGAR COMPANY, a corporation existing and doing busi ness under and by virtue of the laws of the Territory of Hawaii; KAHELE OPIO; SAM. KAMAKAU; MALI AW PALAPALA, widow of KANAKAAU- KAI. deceased; SAM. PALAPALA; KANAKA AUKAI, KANOHONAHELE, KEALOHA NUI, ANNIE, whose full name is unknown, and MARY KUPI HEA, heirs at law of KANAKAAU- KAI, deceased; DAVID BROWN. HENRY SMITH. JANE BLACK and MARTHA GREEN, unknown heirs at law of KANAKAAUKAI. deceased; DAVID KUPIHEA; H. HACKFELD and COMPANY, LIMITED, a corpora tion existing and doing business un der and by virtue of the laws of the Territory of Hawaii; ISAAC P. HAR- BOTTLE; MARY K. HARBOTTLE; WILLIAM HARBOTTLE; DAVID H. HARBOTTLE; JAMES HARBOT. TLE; FREDERICK KLAMP; AGNES G. KLAMP, wife of FREDERICK KLAMP; EMILY TOOMEY; JOSEPH WHITE, WILLIAM DAVIS, HEL EN JOHNSON and JULIA ROBERTS, unknown heirs at law of HALUALA NI, deceased; THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII; and JAMES THOMPSON, JOHN GRAY, HENRY STONE, ELI ZABETH STONE, MARY STILES and MARTHA STILES, unknown owners and claimants; You are hereby directed to appear and answer the Petition in an action entitled as above, brought against you in the United States District Court, for the Territory of Hawaii, within twenty days from and after service upon you of a certified copy of. Plain tiff's. Petition herein, together with a certified copy of this Summons. And you are hereby notified that unless you appear and answer as above required, the said Plaintiff will take judgment of condemnation of the lands described in the Petition herein and for any other relief demanded in the Petition. WITNESS THE HONORABLE SANFORD B. DOLE and THE HON ORABLE CHARLES F. CLEMONS, Judges of said District Court this 30th day of October, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and thirteen and of the independence of the United States the one hundred and thirty-eighth. (Seal) (Signed) A. E. MURPHY, Clerk. (Endorsed.) "No. 85. UNITED STATES DIS TRICT COURT, for the Territory of Hawaii, THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA vs. THE BOARD OF THE HAWAIIAN EVANGELICAL ASSO CIATION, et al. SUMMONS. ROB ERT W. BRECKONS, United States Attorney. THE UNITED STATES OF AMER CA, Territory of Hawaii, City of Ho nolulu, ss. I, A. E. MURPHY, Clerk of the Unit ed States District Court foi the Terri tory and District of Hawaii, do hereby certify the foregoing to be a full, true and correct copy of the original Petition and Summons in the case of THE UNITED STATES OF AMERI CA vs. THE BOARD OF THE HA WAIIAN EVANGELICAL ASSOCIA TION, et al., as the same remains of record and on file in the office of the Clerk of said Court IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of said District Court this 24th day of September, A. D. 1914. (Seal) A. E. MURPHY, Clerk of United States District Court, Territory of Hawaii By F. L. DAVIS, Deputy Clerk. . 6040-3m CORPORATION NOTICES. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF HAWAII AT HONOLULU. Notice of Annual Meeting. The annual meeting of the share holders of the First National Bank of Hawaii, at Honolulu, will be held at the office of the association, corner of Fort and King streets, Honolulu, Tuesday, January 12, 1915, at 3 p. m.,i ftor he PurPse of electing directors for the ensuing year, and for the trans ctVn of such other, business as may uc muugui uciuie saiu uieeuug. (Signed), L. T. PECK, Cashier. 6033-Dec. 1. 18, 24, 31. Jan. 4, 11. NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. The gasoline schooner. KOMOKILA, in command of Captain George E. Piltz, will leave Pier 6 (Richards street; wharfr. tfor Jkfaui and Molokai ports every TUSStlXlat 5 p. m. and for windward ports on Oahu every jFRTPAYj at 5 p; m. For information regarding rates.: etc.. telephone 4193. KOMOKILA SHIPPING CO, LTD. ; : 5926-tf , ANNOUNCEMENT. Leading hat cleaners.; Prices mod erate. We sell the latest styles in Panama and Felts. Work called for and delivered, nialsdell Building. 5S95-6m B BUY AND SELL. Diamonds, watches and jewelry bought sold and exchanged. J. Carlo, Fort tf CAFE. Boston Cafe, coolest place In town. After the show drop in. Open day and night Bijou theater, Hotel St 5539-tf Columbia Lunch Rooms; quick service and cleanliness our motto; open day and night Hotel, opp. Bethel street. 5518-tf "The Eagle." Bethel, bet Hotel and King. A nice place to eat; fine home cooking. Open night and day. k5338-tf New Orleans Cafe. Substantial meals, moderate. Alakea, cor. Merchant St 5589-tf : CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. George Yamada, general contractor. Estimates furnished. No. 208 Mc Candless Building. Telephone 2157. 5265-tf Sanko Co., Nuuanu and Vineyard. Tel. 3151. Contracts buildings, paper hanging, cement work, cleans lots. k5327-tf Union Contracting; building, house painting, painting and concrete. Tel. 1756, 1125 Union st 6025-6m Y. Kobayashi, general contractor, 2034 S. King. Phone 3356. ' Reasonable. k5327-tf CONTRACTOR. Building, cement work, painting, plumbing, etc. Aloha Bldg. Co., 964 Punahou st extension. Phone 1576. M. K. Goto. Mgr. 6056-lyr. CARD CASES. Business and visiting cards, engraved or printed, in attractive Russia leather cases, patent detachable cards. Star-Bulletin office. 5540-tf CLEANING AND DYEING. Royal Clothes Cleaning and Dyeing Shop. Call and deliver. Tel. 3141. Okamoto, Beretanla, nr. Alapai St 5595-tf D DRUMMERS. If you want good quarters to display your samples in Hllo, use Osorlo's store. 5940-tf EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. Union Employment Office,-Tel. 1420. All kinds of help. G. Hiraoka, Pro prietor, 1210 Emma, cor. Beretanla. '6054-tf Phone 4136 for all kinds of help. Re sponsibility and promptness our spe cialty. J. K. Naruse, manager. 5983-tf jGirl Pathfinder, signalllnj. ' ' - - ..- sr - . - r - '11ml a boy .scout and another giti.' r ' ' AXfYEB TO YESTKHDATS VTZZL'E. XpfI; Jown, noe at shoulder of man standing. Upside" down nnoVr lower fun. ; X-y ,f ? EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. Y. Nakanishl, 34 Beretanla, nr. Nuua nu. for good cooks, yard boys. Phone 4511; residence phone 4511. 5246-tf LIVERY STABLE. First-class livery turnouts at reason able rates. Territory Livery Stable, 348 King, nr. PunchbowL Tel. 2535. 5518-tf JEWELER. Sun Wo, Gold and Silversmith; ma terial and work guaranteed. If not satisfactory maney will be refund ed. 1121 Maunakea, nr. Hotel street, 553l-tf PAINTER S. Shlrakl, 1202- Nuuanu; . Tel. 41 37v Painting and paperhanglng. Ah work guaranteed. Bids submitted free. k5328-tf PRINTING. We do not boast of low prices which usually coincide with poor quality; but we ' know how" , to put life, hustle and go into printed matter, and that is what talks loudest and longest Honolulu Star-Bulletin Job Printing Department Alakea Street; Branch Office. Merchant Street. 5399-tf n SHIRTS AND PAJAMAS. YAMATOYA, 1250 Fort Shirts, pajamas, kimonos. . 5752-tf ' . ' SHIRTMAKER. B. Yamatoya, shirts, pajamas, kimo nos to order. Nuuanu, near PauahL 5533-tf v . ..- u UMBRELLA MAKER. R. Mizuta. Umbrellas made and re paired. 1284 Fort nr. Kukulf phone . 3745. 5553-tf VULCANIZING. Auto, Motorcycle and Bicycle Tires vulcanized. Taisho Vulcanizing Co., 180 Merchant near Alakea Street Telephone 3197. S. Salkl. manager. 5618-tf WANT A WAR MAP? . A limited number of war maps of Europe . have been secured .by the Staf-Bulletln 'and are offered to pat rons of this paper at the very reason able price of 15 cents, the order to be accompanied by three coupons clip ped from this paper. The coupon is published in another column. This map takes in all of Europe and en ables the reader to follow the activ ities of all the European warring forc es. Remember that the supply is lim ited, tf ADELINA PATTI CIGARS FIT2PATRICK BROS, ForV below King SL " f .